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Green Kitchen Bali

Amazing Balinese cooking class with local Jero Nyoman, in sidemen, Ubud. After a stop at Klungkung Market, we got a tour of Jero’s farm and selected some veggies to cook with. The open air kitchen looks over the surrounding farms under huts, with wood fire stoves. Jero is very laid back and will guide you through cooking various meals like curry, corn fritters, soup, tempeh and black rice pudding! Some basic preparation was done of preparing and cutting some of the veggies, but we continued to slice, chop, grind, boil and cook all of the dishes, including making coconut oil from fresh grated coconut! Every dish was delicious, I think the corn fritters were our fave.

Make sure to Book ahead and request Vegan option, you need at least 2 people for the class to run, and the class menu will be decided by the first to book.

380K IDR with pickup from Ubud
pickup 08:00 return around 15:00

Prima Warung

We were lucky enough to be staying right next to Prima Warung without even planning it! This warung is run by a sweet lady making vegan Indonesian cuisine. The menu lists just a few items, with most people getting the Nasi Campur, which is a plate of rice with a mix of vegetables, tofu and mock dishes. The exact plate changes around so if you go a few times you will get to sample a variety of foods. It is really good food with a home style feel and costs just a few dollars. You can also get fresh coconut to drink! Friendly, tasty food and good value.

Open for lunch roughly 12:00 ~ 16:00 but hours may vary.